Roof replacement in Ft. Lauderdale FL is the same as Roof placement in Lakeworth FL. All the roofing codes are same the for South Florida.

Q: Should your roofer pull a permit?
A: Yes, at all times unless he is doing a repair less then 5% of the square footage on your roof.

Q: Where can I find out if my roofer is licensed?
A: Click on this

Q: How many years is my roof warranted for a roof repair?
A: We offer a 2 year leak warranty on Residential Roof Repairs in Palm Beach County & Broward County.


Some Helpful Tips:

1. Contact your insurance company to make sure work performed is covered under insurance policy.

2. Avoid paying cash.

3. Avoid any contractor who requires full payment in advance. Arrange to pay after the contractor completes the work or in agreed-upon installments.

4. Don’t sign off that work is completed until all work is finished according to your contract, and the contractor has cleared all permits with final inspection approval from the building department.

5. If your contract exceeds $2,500, become familiar with the 2007->Chapter+713" target="_blank">Florida Construction Lien Law.

6. Most jobs require permits. Always check with your local building department before hiring any contractor. 

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Roofing definitions in Boynton Beach FL can differ from Roofing definitions in Ft. Lauderdale. If you have any doubts, feel free to call us so we can clairfy any roofing questions you may have.

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